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Sensing & Control Systems announces today the World's first Windows 8 APP for M2M Resource Management at the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- S&C will be exhibiting at MWC 2013 to launch on the world stage its latest innovation, nAssist Windows 8 APP. Running on Microsoft´s new Windows 8 Operating System, the APP allows users to fully experience the advantages of remotely accessing and managing their resources direct from their PC desktop or mobile device. The nAssist APP turns into reality one of the most important requirements for any user; to have total control of events and live situations. Through just one click, users will be able to make critical decisions and act on their energy consumption and the security of their possessions and loved ones.

nAssist is an innovative APP taking full use of Windows 8 features such as Live Tiles, direct alerting, fully integrated cloud data and device portability. It enables best-in-class service provision for mobile and service operators aiming to access today's emerging M2M Smart Grid and Smart City Sectors. Communications, Telephony, Energy Retailers, Cable TV, Broadband Internet Access and Mobile service operators will experience growth as their M2M communications platform becomes a powerful tool for transporting not only rapidly expandable amounts of Big Data, but also for analyzing and presenting key data for correct decision making in business, institutions and homes.   

Today's evolution offers new challenges for everyone. Launching this APP at the MWC 2013 is only an example of S&C´s commitment to providing advanced tools and solutions for improving the day-to-day issues and quality of life of today's Smart citizens.    

Please don´t miss the opportunity to visit our stand at Fira Gran Via, Barcelona February 25-28, 2013 Catalonia Pavilion 3, Booth CS50 or follow us on Twitter @sensingcontrol.

About Sensing & Control

At Sensing & Control Systems we develop Services that facilitate the management and allocation of key resources such as people, infrastructure, assets, security and energy. With real enthusiasm and dedication, we work to ensure the availability and reliability of our solutions. Specialising in the creation of M2M and Smart City tools for managing energy efficiency and remote security, we deliver business analytics and over-night-scalable solutions for service providers that also beautifully fit to end user devices.

http://www.sensingcontrol.com

Why nAssist in an APP?

  1. Total mobility: no need for a computer (PC/Laptop) to access 
  2. Total accessibility: users carry their world in their pocket
  3. Access and communication is easier through a compatible Web site
  4. The nAssist APP will boost empowerment of the user to act quickly
  5. The user has the opportunity to make decisions live
  6. The APP enhances the M2M concept as it permits more fluent communication
  7. Secure Microsoft AZURE Cloud Services

 

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